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Alpha Game 170 From A to Z   Fun and Games

Started 5/11/18 by Jenifer (Zarknorph); 4983857 views.

From: LvlSlgr


Connie Chung - is an American journalist. She has been an anchor and reporter for the U.S. television news networks NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, and MSNBC. In 1993, she became only the second female to co-anchor a network newscast as part of CBS Evening News. She was removed in 1995 as CBS Evening News co-anchor after a controversial interview with a fireman, during rescue efforts at the Oklahoma City bombing, which seemed inappropriately combative, and her interview tactics to get Newt Gingrich's mother to admit her unguarded thoughts about Hillary Clinton.

Diabo (literally "reports from the residences", were a type of publications issued by central and local governments in imperial China, which was the only official government newspaper published by the ancient Chinese central government in different dynasties. ‘Dibao’ is a general term to describe the ancient Chinese gazette. Historically, there were different types of names used to describe Dibao in different dynasties among the imperial Chinese history. While closest in form and function to gazettes in the Western world, they have also been called "palace reports" or "imperial bulletins". Different sources place Dibao's first publication as early as the Han Dynasty, which would make Dibao amongst the earliest newspapers in the world, or as late as the Tang Dynasty according to the earliest verified and proved Dibao with historical relics. Dibao was continuously published among different imperial dynasties until the last imperial emperor in the Qing Dynasty, Puyi, abdicated in 1912)


From: LvlSlgr


Edward Murrow - was an American broadcast journalist and war correspondent. He first gained prominence during World War II with a series of live radio broadcasts from Europe for the news division of CBS. During the war he recruited and worked closely with a team of war correspondents who came to be known as the Murrow Boys. A pioneer of radio and television news broadcasting, Murrow produced a series of reports on his television program See It Now which helped lead to the censure of Senator Joseph McCarthy. Fellow journalists consider Murrow one of journalism's greatest figures, noting his honesty and integrity in delivering the news.

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Fake Radio "War" Stirs Terror Through U.S. (Orson Welles' October 30, 1938 radio adaptation of "The War of the Worlds" caused mass hysteria, convincing thousands of panicked listeners across North America that Earth was being attacked by Mars. Of the countless adaptations made of H.G. Wells 1897 science fiction classic The War of the Worlds over the past century, the one that remains most talked and written about to this day was Orson Welles live radio broadcast on Oct 30, 1938)

Hibbing Daily Tribune (recently merged with another local newspaper to form a new one, will be doing less print editions and more online subscriptions..........................unfortunately the way of the world with newspapers)

Calling it a night................................

Jesse James Assassinated! (On April 3, 1882, Jesse James was shot and killed by Robert Ford, a new recruit to the gang who hoped to collect a reward on James' head and a promised amnesty for his previous crimes. Already a celebrity in life, James became a legendary figure of the Wild West after his death)


From: LvlSlgr


Kennedy Assassinated - President John F. Kennedy assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963.

Lindberg Lands In Paris, Tells Own Story of Flight (American pilot Charles A. Lindbergh lands at Le Bourget Field in Paris on May 21, 1927 at 10:22pm, successfully completing the first solo, nonstop transatlantic flight and the first ever nonstop flight between New York to Paris. His single-engine monoplane, The Spirit of St. Louis, had lifted off from Roosevelt Field in New York 33 1/2 hours before)